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Vol. III. No. 542.
.HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAKY 24, 1897.
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MUSIGALE AT WASHINGTON
THE IIILIKHt.V FAiaiLY AtIONO
The Cniiicrranninn nml Nctiator I'pr
kin Nald t t)ipoio An-
Now York, Fob. 5. Tho Suu'b
Washington correspondent tolo
graphs: Tho Hawaiian nmsicalo
nt tho Shorehnin Hotel, whero tho
ex-Queen is stopping, camo off
this afternVxin as announced.
Liliuokalani invited'OySolect par
ty consisting of Represlijatntivo
Hilborn, Mrs. Hilborn and Miss
Hilborn, Mrs. Morgan and daugh
ter and Mrs. Ohadwick. They
wero tho only ones prosont,
although Senator Perkins and
Congressman Kern had been in
vited nnd wero expected. Thoy
called later in the evening, how
ever, and her majesty rocoivod
thorn with mucli cordiality.
Senator Perkins, who" opposes
tho annexation of Hawaii, has
been to seo Liliuokalani sevornl
times before and tho gossips aro
disposed to see something politi
cal in his visits. Privately ho
has declared himself opposed to
tho present form of government
in Hawaii and believes that tho
ex-Queen was wrongfully do
throned nnd that this wrong should
bo righted ns soon ns possible.
Representative Hilborn, who was
at one time favorable to annexa
tion, now is a strong anti-anucxa-tioniBt.
Soveral visitors called
during tho day, bat only ono or
two wore admitted.
Secretary Palmer, to whom tho
sobriquet of "Duke" haB been ap
plied, refused requests to see his
lady. This is what he said tonight:
'tAny member, of Congress or any
ono cooctod in any way with
tho Government eervioo will-be at
once received by the Qnoon. Any
person .who has known the Queon,
her brothor, King Kalnknun, or
who has visited her in Honolulu
before hor accession to tho throne,
or since tho overthrow, is also
welcome Anyono who appeals to
tho Masonic affinities of her lato
husband, Qovornor Domiuis, is
denied uudienco. Tho Queen de
sired mo to givo whatever inform
ation I can to all representatives
of the pross. Beyond these dis
tinct classes it is difficult for any
ono to ne received by her ma
jesty." "When will tho Queon visit tho
White Honso again ?" was asked
of Duke Palmer.
"Now, really, you must oxcuso
mo on that point," he replied.
"You see, the Hawaiians are vory
secret about thoir plans, and I
haven't tho remotest idea as to
what arrangements have been
made. I do not know that sho
will go to tho White House at all,
but I do not say positively that
sho will not."
"Is her majesty endeavoring to
secure assistance from tho incom
ing Administration to restore hor
"Again you have thrust a point
ed question at me. I would like
to be spared from answering
quostions which concorn her
"Is tho Quoon hopeful of being
restored to tho Hawaiian throne?"
"All that I can Bay is that the
Queon is human, and I believo
human beings aro hopeful. Her
highnoss is no exoeption to the
A (3-roomod cottage, fatablos
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder aveuuo. Largo grounds
well laid out and planted with,
fruit nnd ornamental trees; ono'
full set of furniture nnd cooking
stove can remain in the house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
of nnyono hero.
sew sroiiY of okant.
Ignored the Itcnniniendntlon. nf
n Civil herrlce Uonrd.
It is related that President
Grant once ignored tho recom
mendation of a civil sprvice board
and appointed an old army
colonol, who had been rejected
because ho could not answer
some of the questions asked him
on examination. "I guess 1
might as well go homo," said tho
old Boldior. "Thoy nsked mo a
lot of questions about the in
torna calculus, tho location of
some riveis down in South Ame
rica, tho height of mountain
ranges in Asia, etc. In fact thore
was only ono question asked that
I attempted to answer."
A friend said he would Bee tho
Prcsidont, "I know this man,"
said General Grant, "Ho was a
eplondid Boldier, and is fit for
anything. He led tho charge
that broke tho enemy's lino at
ChancollorBvillo, and performed
many other and moritorious acts."
"But-1 uudorBtand," said tho
friond, "that ho didn't pa68 tho
civil Borvico examination."
"No,J' replied tho Piesidont;
"ho answorod only ono question,
but it'is on that I have decided to
givo him the appointment. The
exuminers asked, 'How many
Hessians did Great Britain em
ploy and Bond oyer to help mib
duo tho Araoricnn colonists?'
-sight more than
evor wont back.'"
Mlnmltl FIikI Ilc-Hdy nuIp In the Uiit at
There should not bo much dif
ficulty in disposing of Hawaiian
bonds at good prices in Now York
or other financial centers of the
United States after what tho City
Council of San Jose, California,
has just done: Thoy have sold
875,000 worth of High School
bonds and 810,000 worth of sewer
bonds to tho New York Security
Company at 100JJ. Tho bouds
bear 4 por cent. They will be
issued as follows: Juno 1, S40,
000 sower bonds and 825,000 high
school; Soptombor 1, 26,000 high
school bonds: January 1, $25,000
high school bonds.
Tho national bonds of Hnwnii
ought Buroly to bring as good
figures as tho high school and
sower bonds of an interior town of
California whose population is
not as largo by 5000 ns that of
a two-max T.tuvr.
Carnegie mid Itoekelollcr Now Control
tlao Klreet .Uoiionoly.
Chicago, 111., Fob. 10. The
Tribune this morning says: A
"two-man" trust has arisen out of
the great steol pool, which rocont
ly collapsed. Carnegio and
Rookofollor are tho parties named.
It is said that Eookofeller, who
controls tho iron mines in tho
Mosaha range and owns railroads,
docks and boats, approaohod
Carnegio with a proposition for
an offensive and defousive
alliance. A combination wub
formed which can make steol and
soil it all over tho woild at a prico
giving a practical monopoly.
Another Kirk Coming.
There is somo complaiut among
tho rank and filo of tho military
companies concerning the quali
ty of tho material used in thoir
uniforms, and tho matter will
likely bo brought to tho notice of
those in authority in a Bhort timo.
At presont tho cloth iB furnished
by tho regimental quartermaster's
department, In tho days whon
royalty was in powor tho material
for tho pantaloons of tho privates
was equally as good, if not the
same, ns that of tho officers, but it
is Baid to bo different undor tho
Suporior breakfast sausago is a
specialty nt tho Central Market.
Ring up 101.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
ItllAI, OltDERED IN AN
('. J Slipmond Appeal from I'lni '
nf 31)0 -C'liliM-e Acquitted
The jury trying Ah Sing for
gambling yesterday found h ver
dict of not guilty, three jurors
G; J. Sherwood was sentenced
by Judge Perry to pay a fitio of
SOOUfor liquor selling. His at
torneys have enteral an appeal.
Argumunt in tho Dimond
divorce case is proceeding this
afternoon. Mr. Kinney is closings
ior (no pininmr ni press nour.
David Dayton, administrator
of estate of tho Into Joseph N. O.
Oilman, has filed an inventory
of real property, tho valuo being
The Supreme Court, in aunaui
tnouH opinion prepared by Chief
Justico Judd, on the writ of orror
of Goo Kim vs. R. W. Holt
grants n now trinl. At the
February torm, 1890, tho defend
ant in error, I. W. Holt, obtained
ii verdict of r-jectmeut agatust the
plniutiff in orror, Goo Kim,
for cornin luud at Wnikiki.
In the first place, tho
opiuion finds that tho pro
ceedings in error aro regular, and,
in tho next' place, that orror lies
against tho Court bolow. Tho
law points deoidod nro pnroly
technical and of no goneral inter
est, excepting this last ono which
may bo useful in saving people
from mnking mistakes.
"If P. (Peter Ainoa), an owner
of au interest in land, mado rop
resontatiouB to an intending pur
chaser G. K. (Goo Kini) that his
brother G.( Geo. Ainoa) who owned
tho other interest had authority
over the Innd and that ho, P., had
no claim to it nnd would not claim
it, and if G. K., relying upon such
representations, changed hif) con
duct and bought tho land from G.,
occupied nnd improvod it, P. is
estopped to assort his titlo to the
land ngainst G. K."
J . Q. Wood and A. G. M. Rob
ertson for plaintiff in orror; A.
Rosa for dofondnnt in error.
XllW UttSINilSS COItl'OIlATION,
Will lliuiilln lllfyclet nnd Conduct
Another now corporation has
boeu formed. It will bo known
us the Pacific Cyclo fc Manufact
uring Co., Ltd., and will carry on
a business in bicycles and sport
ing goods. Those intorestod aro
Messrs. IT. V. King, J. T. Lund,
Goo. Rodick, J. F. Humborg, and
W. Wolter. Tom King will bo
rannagor of tho business, and J. T.
Lund will havo chargo of tho re
Tho now concorn will open for
business about March 1 in tho now
Love block on Fort street. Work
mon aro at work now, putting tho
Btoro in shapo. A largo stock of
Bporting goods, including bicycles,
guns, etc., has beou ordered froln
Tho company aro to bo agonts
for the Remington bicycle, which
is said to have inoro improvements
this year than any wheol on tho
markot. Wheels will bo sold on
the instalment nlau, and a large
number will bo kept on hand for
Mr. King is ono of tho enter
prising young men of Honolulu,
aiul for some timo past has been
in tho bicyclo business, having
a shop on King stroot. Mr.
Lund is an experienced moahanio.
Besides repairing of guuB and
bicycles, nickel plating will bo n
This is tho way a San Francisco
papor puts it: "Mrs. Georgo H.
Paris, wifo of l&litar Pnrin nf H"n.
nolulu, arrived on the Alaraodn
yestorday nnd is nt tho Occident
O. II. A- I.. CO.TIPANY.
Extenalvn Improvement lo Koadbrri
As soon na material ordered
arrives, the lino of tho Onhu Rail
way & Laud Co. is to bo laid from
Honolulu to Ewa mill with 18
pound rails, replaciug tho present
30 pounder motal. The old rails l
will be used in tho permnneut '
railway of tho Oohn Sugar Com- '
pnny. Uu tho Wniuuuo division
when constructed 48 pound rails
wore laid, and passougors know
tho differouco whenever that
longth is reached. Before laying
tho now rails severnl sharp curves
will ho straightened out nnd henvy
gradients reduced. Ono rock cut
ting for this purpose will be nbout
28 foot deop, nnd 9000 cubic feet
of rock will bo removed.
Tho company has also material
ordored for n new wharf at tho
Honolulu terminus, which was
briefly mentioned as being pro
jected in a recent issue of this
paper. It will ho 300 feet long,
with deop water on both sides,
and 50 feet broad. Its end will
not project into tho harbor liko
tho old wharf, but will be nbout
on n lino with tho shore oml of
that one. Betweeu this now
wharf nnd the shbro piles
will bo driven nnd n trcstlo
railroad bridgo constructed, for a
distance of 300 feet to tho flhor6
lino. At a later period,whou the
business demands, dredging will
Jbo clone on cither sidn of this
trestle work, so that tho wharf
may bo extended to ir length of
000 foot without oncroachiug fur
ther on harbor spneo.
Nile Tonclici Llichllr (SoliiK Out and
la l'nlfed Off.
At twenty minutes past twelvo
today tho Gorman bark J. C.
Glado loft Wildors' wharf, bound
for .Kahului, Maui, whero bhe
was to finish loading for New
York. Sho had aboard 10,203
bags sugar, shipped by W. G.
Irwin Si Co. to the American
Sugar Refining Co., and which
was valued at SG0.821. Whon
passing out tho channel, sho ran
ashoro about halfway out on the
Waikiki sido, noar tho breakwator.
Hor bow grounded lightly, hold
ing hor fast in tho soft sand. Tho
tug Elou hurried to tho stranded
In a fow minutes the big- vessel
wns clear, and by skilful maneu
vering of Captain Hilbus of the
tug tho bark was turned around
inside of tho lighthouse in the
harbor. By half-past ono o'clock
tho Glado was tossing on tho long
swolls outsido the harbor, in tow
of tho Elou.
Pilot Sandors wns taking tho
vessel out when tho accidont hap
pened, but was not to blarao for it.
The Glado was about half louded,
and liko othor vessels of the sumo
kind sometimes does not stoor
IU41II HEAL KNTATK.
r.nnd In Honolulu Nell nt lime of
8H-10 an Acre. l
Henry Smith, Clerk of tho Judi
ciary, ut noon hold an auction salo
for Geo. Mclutyre, guardian of
his two minor children. An un
divided one-fifth in n lot of laud
containing 07 fathoms, in front of
S. O. Dwight's rosidonce at Loleo,
was bought by Mr. Dwight for
$45. An undivided ono-fifth in
taro land on Liliha strcot, con
taining 586 fathoms," was bought
by Caspar Sylva for $92.50, or at
the rate of about $850 an uoro. It
adjoins tho bnyor's property.
Singers lead the world. Ovor
13,000,000 madoand sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for cxcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
easa of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning nnd convonionco of ar
rnngoment. B. Borgorsen, ngent,
ltij Bothol Blreots.
Y M C A RECEPTION
i.Aitm: AUiii:.ri: iihkf.t M.tnn
ritv 'i,i:ma.v aiu j. it. Mrr.
roretiir.y Cotriiinn n.v tho ANfiocin-
llon ICooiiib Mmlllil bo llcud-
jnrtpri lor Yollliu .llrn.
j The hall f the Young Meu'e
' Ghrieitinu Association wns well
filled hiot evening with those who
had gathered in honor of the now
secretary and J. It. Molt. A. B.
Wood presided and af lor tho sing
ing of two familinr hymns an
nounced that Miss Lovo would
render a piano solo, which was
greeted with applauso nt its com
pletion. Preceded by n fow remarks of
hifl own, Mr. Wood then intro
duced Mr. Coleman, who gave tho
audionco his impressions of Ho-"
nolulu ns far as his Bhort Btay
would allow and outlined his
course in referenco to his futuro
work as secretary of tho Associa
tion. Ho spoke of tho influence
of tho society on young mou and
said that ho would endeavor to
mnko the rooms tho headquarters
of all the young men in town, es
pecially in the evenings.
After a baritono solo by II. F.
Wirhmnn, J. R. Molt wrr intro
duced and delivered an uddresson
Y. M. C. A. work generally.
Miss Jessie Axtoll brought tho
program, to an end with n con
tralto solo,suug in her usual ex
Tho roccption proper then com
menced and the balauco of tho
ovoning was spent in social con
verse and in discussing the good
things provided by the refresh
TO UO TO JAPAN.
Arllat Fred Yalei Tell ol IIU-Vl.lt li
Fred Yntos, tho artist, has re
turned from Honolulu, whore ho
passed n busy four mouths paint
ing portraits, s ays tho San Fran
cisco Ohroniclo. Yates was much
ploased with his treatment in tho
islands, no went to paint a
portrait of Judge Hartwoll, but
executed many othorcommissious.
Ho says tho Kilolmna Art Lenguo
is in a flourishing condition.
Ytttos has brought back a p rtrait
of President Dolo, which ho will
exhibit with his other now work
After a month in California and
n visit to his father in Los Angeles
Yates will go to Yokohama nnd
Tokio, whoro ho hus somo orders
for portruits. Ho oxpects to 'bo
in tho Flowory Empire by tho 1st
of April, nnd his Btay will depend
on the number and importanco o
hiB commissions. Ho has letters
to the Japanese Government.
medal for Co. B.
A handsome medal has been
put up fort Co. B men by Captain
E. O. White. It was mndo by E.
A. Jncobson, who is nlso first
lieutenant of tho company. From
a silver cartridge is suspended
gold or Bilvor bars, under which
is the letter B in silver. The ono
making tho highest score in a
match shoot is entitled to hold tho
medal until tho noxt takes place.
If tho scoro is -15 or ovor, a gold
bar with tho shooter's uame is
placed in the medal, and if -10 or
over a silver bar with name is
nttaohed. Should tho highest
scoro bo under 40, no ono is ou
titled to hold tho medal and no
bar is placod. Thoro aro already
two gold bars in place.
The Natv Choral Notluly.
Thirty-five singers attended (ho
High School mooting last night
for tho purpose of forming tho,
now ohornl society. Professor
Yarndloy annouueed tW at tenet
fifty membors wero needed ami
the meeting was occordingly ad
journed for n week, nftor n Bhort
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